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rescue dog - 09/29/2005
I have a lovely girl 2 years old just brought from rescue she never barks but has begun howling in the night. She follows me every time I get up and leave the room - so much so that I have to stand next to her while she eats - if I leave she follows me out of the kitchen. Will she grow out of this eventually? Is it because she's insecure?

Replied - 10/15/2005
Dogs are social creatures. You could try to feed her when it is time for you to eat and in the same room. My GS eats while I am in the kitchen doing to dishes. She just likes company. Otherwise she grabs a mouthful of food and takes to the room i am in and drops on the floor and then eats it.

Replied - 11/19/2005
Welcome to the wonderful world of GSD's. Mine is the same and we've had him since he was 12 weeks. Slowly he is getting more secure and will stay put as long as he can hear me. Your's probably will too as she feels more and more safe. She's bonded with you and feels safe with you. Mine is 2 years now and he still keeps me in his sight at all times.

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